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Hearing and Doing the Word

Author : Daniel J. Treier
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"Kevin J. Vanhoozer is today's leading evangelical theologian of biblical interpretation. He is one of the most influential voices in contemporary hermeneutics, and in academic theology he is one of his generation's most influential evangelicals. This collection of essays honours Vanhoozer by representing the current state of evangelical hermeneutics in light of his work. The volume consists of three parts: The Biblical Script, Great Performances and Theodrama Today; each of these sections contains contributions from great scholars, who address and emphasize Kevin J. Vanhoozer's influence and impact on the history of hermeneutics"--

Doing Things with Words in the First Christian Century

Author : Francis Gerald Downing
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Although its religious heritage was that of a variegated Judaism, the tiny early Christian movement was nevertheless much more complexly and richly linked with the Graeco-Roman world in which it came to birth than is usually allowed for. In particular, 'ordinary' people were capable of a sophisticated use of words that can be detected also in the New Testament writings. But the use of words in Graeco-Roman times was often very different from what we suppose, and this collection of studies attempts to identify some of the anachronisms that still pervade even the best of modern scholarship.

The Church of the Beyond vol 4 Doing Truth

Author : Benjamin F Hoogterp
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And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst. But I said unto you, That ye also have seen me, and believe not. All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out. For I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me. And this is the Father's will which hath sent me, that of all which he hath given me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up again at the last day. And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day.John 6:35-40The Kingdom of the Saints in Light is comprised of those who know His Truth and Do it. Apart from Him, we can do nothing, and it is only by His Words that we see life. There is none good but the Father. Only that which is Spirit gives life. It is as we show love, through faith, that the will world change. And, it is only His definition of what love is, as demonstrated on the cross that is right.Jesus told a parable of two sons. Both were told to work, and one said yes, and the other said no. Both changed their minds, and did the opposite. Which one did the will of their father? The one that worked in Truth. Now is the day to be about the Father's business. When we believe, we will work, and those that do not are those who do not believe. The one leads to the other, and in this, we bring glory to the Father by bearing much fruit!Then said I, Lo, I come (in the volume of the book it is written of me,) to do thy will, O God. We long to see the days of the Son of Man, but it is only as we Do Truth that the Kingdom is manifest.

Doing What Works

Author : Judy Tilton Brunner
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Doing What Works: Literacy Strategies for the Next Level will assist educators as they support students in the mastery of vocabulary, comprehension, and study skills required by the Common Core State Standards.


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Doing English Grammar

Author : Roger Berry
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By combining theory and practice, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the whole process of English grammar teaching.

We ve Been Doing It Your Way Long Enough

Author : Janice Baines
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Filled with day-to-day practices, this book will help elementary school teachers tackle the imbalance of privilege in literacy education. Readers will learn about culturally relevant pedagogies as young childen learn literacy and a critical stance through music, oral histories, name stories, intergenerational texts, and heritage lessons -- brought to life through the voices of students, families, community members, and teachers. Based on the premise that learning to teach in culturally relevant ways means affirming and normalizing cultures historically marginalized and/or misrepresented, the authors also share strategies to help teachers examine their own classrooms, histories, and assumptions; understand the need to decolonize practices; start the school year in humanizing ways; build strong reciprocal relationships with families and communities; work within and beyond perceived curricular constraints; support students in transferring knowledge to testing genres; and negotiate challenges that come with innovation.

Doing Corpus Linguistics

Author : William Crawford
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Doing Corpus Linguistics offers a practical step-by-step introduction to corpus linguistics, making use of widely available corpora and of a register analysis-based theoretical framework to provide students in Applied Linguistics and TESOL with the understanding and skills necessary to meaningfully analyze corpora and carry out successful corpus-based research. Divided into three parts – Introduction to Doing Corpus Linguistics and Register Analysis; Searches in Available Corpora; and Building Your Own Corpus, Analyzing Your Quantitative Results, and Making Sense of Data – the book emphasizes hands-on experience with performing language analysis research and in interpreting findings in a meaningful and engaging way. Readers are given multiple opportunities to analyze and apply language data by completing smaller tasks and corpus projects using publicly available corpora. The book also takes readers through the process of building a specialized corpus designed to answer a specific research question and provides detailed information on completing a final research project that includes both a written paper and an oral presentation of their specific research projects. Doing Corpus Linguistics provides students in applied linguistics and TESOL with the opportunity to gain proficiency in the technical and interpretive aspects of corpus research and to encourage them to participate in the growing field of corpus linguistics.

Doing Research in Social Work and Social Care

Author : Catherine Flynn
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From understanding the concepts of research and gathering data, to writing it all up and sharing knowledge, this book will guide your students to become researchers by giving them: a confident start with clarity on core concepts and getting it right ethically step-by-step guidance at each point in the research process, showing them diversity in approaches, the impact of context and how to overcome problems case studies of how real researchers embrace the challenges, surprises and successes of research an emphasis on the person in context, so their research is reflective of the realities of social work and social care practice a guide to writing it up and achieving impact and positive change with research.

Doing Second Language Research

Author : James Dean Brown
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An accessible introduction to language learning research, which provides a 'feel' for what research activities are like by engaging the reader in several roles across a range of research design types, both quantitative and qualitative. Roles include research subject, research organizer, data collector, data analyst, and research reporter. The book systematically explains the characteristics and purposes of various types of research, including terminology, the logic underlying selection, and the steps typical of each type of research design. It also offers an introduction to some classic research studies.

What Is Jesus Doing

Author : Edwin Chr. van Driel
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How do we understand Jesus' present activity in a challenging, post-Christian context? Leading thinkers in pastoral theology, homiletics, liturgical theology, and missiology consider how to recognize the divine presence and join in what God is already doing in all areas of church ministry. With deep theological reflection, personal stories, and practical suggestions, this is a compelling interdisciplinary conversation.

Doing More with Life

Author : Michael Robert Miller
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Vocation is most often linked with a specific calling for those in professional ministry. Doing More with Life explores the way higher education can expand this limited understanding of vocation. Specifically, this volume shows that higher education can clarify how God calls all people, allow mentoring across specific vocations, and inspire future generations to think of their lives as vocations.

Doing Justice

Author : Dennis A. Jacobsen
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Doing Justice introduces readers to congregation-based community organizing rooted in the day-to-day struggles and hopes of urban ministry. It draws from the author’s decades-long career of personal experience in community organizing ministries. Illustrated with examples from the experience of community organizers, Doing Justice weaves theological and biblical warrants for community organizing into concrete strategies for achieving justice in the public arena. It offers sound treatment of fundamental organizing principles like power, self-interest, and agitation and suggests ways to build and sustain an organization, relate to media and corporations, and strengthen ministries and empower lay leaders. The second edition includes forewords by veteran pastor-activists Bill Wylie Kellermann and Grant Stevensen and a new preface that notes recent changes in organizing, describes needed new directions and connections, and discusses the significance of new movements such as Black Lives Matter. Also new is Stevensen’s running “conversation” with Jacobsen, drawing readers into deeper engagement with organizing practices. Designed for use by congregations and church leaders as well as by ministerial students, Doing Justice will open new vistas for community action in support of the poor, the disadvantaged, and the disenfranchised of our society.

Doing the Supernatural Works of Jesus

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Doing Foucault in Early Childhood Studies

Author : Glenda Mac Naughton
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The theories and analyses of post-structural thinkers such as Michel Foucault can seem a long way from practice in early childhood services. In recent years, however, many early childhood researchers and practitioners have found this work important and this fascinating book brings together a range of research and case-studies showing how teachers and researchers have brought post-structuralism to the classroom. The book covers such issues as: becoming post-structurally reflective about truth mapping classroom meanings tactics of rhizoanalysis becoming again in critically-knowing communities. Case-studies and examples taken from real situations are used and will be of interest to anyone studying or researching early childhood practice and policy.

Doing Linguistics with a Corpus

Author : Jesse Egbert
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Paradoxically, doing corpus linguistics is both easier and harder than it has ever been before. On the one hand, it is easier because we have access to more existing corpora, more corpus analysis software tools, and more statistical methods than ever before. On the other hand, reliance on these existing corpora and corpus linguistic methods can potentially create layers of distance between the researcher and the language in a corpus, making it a challenge to do linguistics with a corpus. The goal of this Element is to explore ways for us to improve how we approach linguistic research questions with quantitative corpus data. We introduce and illustrate the major steps in the research process, including how to: select and evaluate corpora, establish linguistically-motivated research questions, observational units and variables, select linguistically interpretable variables, understand and evaluate existing corpus software tools, adopt minimally sufficient statistical methods, and qualitatively interpret quantitative findings.

Doing What Jesus Did

Author : John Decker
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"But be doers of the word, and not hearers only." --James 1:22, nkjv Doing What Jesus Did invites you to learn how to move into the supernatural realm that Jesus said in John 14:12-14 we could, and should, enter. Husband-and-wife authors John and Sonja Decker will equip you to minister in the way Jesus invited us to, including miracles, by teaching you His six essential strategies for effective discipleship: � Leading people to Christ � Leading Christians into the Holy Spirit baptism � Learning how to heal the sick � Hearing from God � Healing the sick by revelation � Dealing with demons Much more than a handbook of New Testament principles, Doing What Jesus Did will be a catalyst for you to love Jesus more deeply as you minister His life, love, and power more dynamically.

Understanding and Doing Successful Research

Author : Shaun Best
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Research Methods is an essential guide to carrying out a research project. Each of the focused chapters introduces and explains an aspect of social research to readers who may have no experience or knowledge of this subject. The emphasis is on ‘how to do’ various different methods, how to decide which is the most appropriate, and how to analyse the data. The book also includes examples of good practice from a range of social science disciplines.

Stop Wasting Your Time and Start Doing What Matters Most

Author : Jeffrey Krug
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People who believe that they have no time and who lack the awareness of values, time management and goal setting, tend to be followers. They procrastinate, they usually don't care to contribute to the higher good, and they live in a comfort zone with no vision or plan for a better future. They live their lives in a blurry world where opportunities are missed and the promise of success is blocked. In Stop Wasting Your Time & Start Doing What Matters Most!: A Wake-Up Call for True Leadership, you will gain new awareness and learn how to use success strategies and the art of goal setting in deciding how you spend your time and thereby transcend the limits of possibilities for your future. True and good leaders understand and rely on these tools to achieve success. Are you a true leader? Are you prepared to make a significant difference in your life and the lives of those around you? If you are ready to find the answers within yourself; if you are willing to start doing what matters most; and if you want to leave a legacy of power, synergy, and higher values to the children of humanity, then this is the book for you. This is your wake-up call for true leadership. The way you determine your values and organize your priorities determines everything you achieve as a leader and this book gives you a wonderful blueprint to do just that. Brian Tracy, author of How the Best Leaders Lead

Doing Emotions History

Author : Susan J. Matt
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How do emotions change over time? When is hate honorable? What happens when "love" is translated into different languages? Such questions are now being addressed by historians who trace how emotions have been expressed and understood in different cultures throughout history. Doing Emotions History explores the history of feelings such as love, joy, grief, nostalgia as well as a wide range of others, bringing together the latest and most innovative scholarship on the history of the emotions. Spanning the globe from Asia and Europe to North America, the book provides a crucial overview of this emerging discipline. An international group of scholars reviews the field's current status and variations, addresses many of its central debates, provides models and methods, and proposes an array of possibilities for future research. Emphasizing the field's intersections with anthropology, psychology, sociology, neuroscience, data-mining, and popular culture, this groundbreaking volume demonstrates the affecting potential of doing emotions history. Contributors are John Corrigan, Pam Epstein, Nicole Eustace, Norman Kutcher, Brent Malin, Susan Matt, Darrin McMahon, Peter N. Stearns, and Mark Steinberg.